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Meet the Shepherdess at Harmony Farms:
Welcome! My name is Grace and I raise a flock of Dorper Sheep on 30 acres in Northeast Texas. I started farming in 2020 with a background in digital marketing.
I was neither an animal person, nor an outdoorsy-person; but I saw a need for local food and believed the Lord wanted me to be a good steward of the land in front of me.
My goal is to help you by sharing what helps me as a beginner sheep farmer!
- Videos from my farm.
- Free Farming Worksheets.
- Books that taught me Regenerative Agriculture.
- Supplies I use for my sheep.
- Marketing classes for farmers.
Latest From the Shepherdess:
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Raising Sheep 101 (Video Class and Book Bundle for Beginners)$112.00
MARKETING SHEEP+© (Farm Business Video Course and E-book)$97.00
GRAZING SHEEP 101© (Rotational Grazing Video Course and E-book)$97.00
How to Market on Youtube (Class)$42.00
How to Market on Instagram (Class)$42.00
How to Market on Facebook (Class)$42.00
Harmony Farms Dorper Sheep are bred to be both beautiful and productive on a grass-based system.– the Shepherdess at Harmony Farms
Our Dorper sheep are moved to fresh pasture on a daily basis. Living in the open air and constantly moving to fresh feed means our Dorper sheep are in the best system for optimal health.
Harmony Farms runs both registered and commercial Dorper Sheep. We emphasize productivity in our genetics. Sheep that are thrive on grass with little to no feed inputs is the goal of our breeding program.
Low Feed Input.
Dorper sheep are master feed converters: they thrive on pasture that other breeds would fail on. We run our Dorper sheep with minimal feed inputs. Fresh grass and loose mineral, with hay and alfalfa supplementation only as the season demands.
Know that the Lord, He is God; It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves; We are His people and the sheep of His pasture.”-Psalm 100:3